The high pressure system located over the Mid-Atlantic will veer off to the east and be replaced by the approaching cold front. Tropical Depression Karen will also downgrade to a remnant low-pressure system and will merge with the cold front within the next 24 hours.
The chance of rain and thunderstorms will increase as the front makes its way through the Tallahassee region tonight. This will increase the risk for isolated flash flooding tonight as well.
Due to the amount of cloud cover and rain in the region, temperatures will remain above the upper-60's in the evening. Rainfall amounts will reach between three quarters of an inch.
Tomorrow, scattered rain and thunderstorms can be expected early morning. Rain chances will begin to decrease in the afternoon. Temperatures will reach the mid-80's and will fall to the lower-60's in the evening.
After the front clears out of the Tallahassee region, sunnier and cooler conditions will remain for the rest of this week.